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is called the public safety exception torviewieading him his rights. not so says democrat adam schiff. >> f to interview as long as they can to get into what happened overseas and full nature of the plot. but the public safety exception only goes to protecting the information they need to do that that's the full length and dimension of that exception. >> reporter: that debate is sure to continue in washington. house intelligence committee mike rogers has demanded more answer prosecutors the justice department on how this decision to read the suspects his rights was made. >> athena jones at the white house. thank you very much. remember this just here in the states. it extends all the way to russia where the tsarnaev brothers poeshgs traced their roots. susan candiotti. i want to talk about the russian angle to the bombing investigations. in the past few hours we learned that the russian government had their suspicions about the tsarnaev family. what's that about?i
investigating. today she said . . . another bill similar to hers was introduced by adam schiff. the california kongman wants to overall the 2005 protection of lawful commerce and gun act. the gun industry is the only consumer product industry that does not take full legal responsibility for its product. it's the only industry. so he is proposing legislation that would break the shield. both seem to be common sense laws, but in congress common sense is often hard to find. joining us now is representative adam schiff. he is on the house congressional gun violence prevention task force. he joins us from burbank, california. welcome back inside "the war room." >> it's great to be here. >> michael: it's great to have you, congressman. i want you to take me inside this bill and tell me a little bit about what it does. >> as you mentioned the gun industry enjoys a form of immunity like no other industry has. they can act in a negligent way and be immune from responsibility. dealers are responsible for a huge percentage used in crimes 1% sell 57% of the guns used in crime. they a
that with adam schiff, a member of the intelligence committee. we will get his take on the boston bombings and what we know and what we don't know. the detroit free press this morning on the economy -- the economic news for you from the detroit free press this morning. speaking of the economy and spending, "usa today has this about sequestration -- safety.that, food the fda could also take longer to review and approve new drugs. and there's this story -- the front page of the washington post -- that comes to almost $1 million in fees. finally, the irs paid $11 billion in improper refunds in 2012. oklahoma, tulsa, independent. your view of george w. bush's presidency. caller: good morning. first and foremost, in my opinion, this country will never get over having george bush. look what has happened to this country. world, george just bush, dick cheney, rumsfeld, all of those neocons would be brought to justice on the world court. they have destroyed a country that could not have hurt us at all, in iraq. now they have expanded to libya, under the auspices of george bush's father. it started
. congressman adam schiff briefed last night by the fed. he will tell us what he heard. more when our special edition of "starting point" continues. by building custom security solutions that integrate video, access control, fire and intrusion protection. all backed up with world-class monitoring centers, thousands of qualified technicians, and a personal passion to help protect your business. when your business is optimized like that, there's no stopping you. we are tyco integrated security. and we are sharper. we're now joined by california democratic congressman adam schiff. he is the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee. he is among the lawmakers who have been briefed on the boston investigation including a briefing last night. congressman, thank you so much for joining us this morning. let me start off with this news that we did hear overnight, that the fbi not only the fbi was informed by the russians at tamerlan tsarnaev in 2011 but later in the year the cia was also informed by the russians. the russian intelligent service reaching out to the cia. both the fbi and cia
of their usual stomping grounds. democrat adam schiff and republican luke messer will be here in our studio to talk about some of the potential curveballs to compromise. but first, a look ahead at today's politics planner. it's all baseball, folks. yes, there is some serious business going on at the white house. what we all want to know is where is the president going to be at 1:05? is he going to be on south capital street right off the anacostia river, doing that left-handed pitch of his? we'll see. you're watching "the daily rundown" only on msnbc. [ kate ] many women may not be absorbing the calcium they take as well as they could because they don't take it with food. switch to citracal maximum plus d. it's the only calcium supplement that can be taken with or without food. my doctor recommends citracal maximum. it's all about absorption. [ "the odd couple" theme playing ] humans. even when we cross our "t"s and dot our "i"s, we still run into problems -- mainly other humans. at liberty mutual insurance, we understand. that's why our auto policies come with accident forgiveness if you q
. >> one lawmaker strongly against charging dzhokhar tsarnaev as an enemy combatant. adam schiff, a boston area. thank you for joining us. i'm sure your heart is going out to your native city here. so congressman, take us through this. should he be tried as an enemy of the united states, an enemy combatant? can he be prosecuted in that manner? >> well, i don't think we have really seen any evidence yet that would support treating him as an enemy combatant. this is somebody who is a u.s. citizen, arrested on u.s. soil for acts committed on u.s. soil. really far appeal from the paradigm of an enemy combatant, captured on an enemy battlefield. we don't have any evidence he's part of an al qaeda cell or been foreign directioned here. it's possible that could materialize but i think it is very hasty tore calling for his treatment as an enemy combatant. moreover, we haven't had much success in trying enemy combatants in our military commissions. criminal courts have been much more successful in the expeditious prosecution of terrorists. so this rush to want to proclaim him an enemy combatant and
democrat on the house intelligence committee adam schiff and dan coats, a republican member of the senate intelligence panel. and red flags rising, russia's repeated warnings to the u.s. about tamerlan tsarnaev, too little information or not enough listening? former under secretary of state and russian expert nicholas burns and former secretary of homeland security michael chertoff look at all the angles. then -- >> was there really this stove piping? i think that's an issue that needs to be explored. >> i think those individuals who are critical of the fbi, they were wrong. >> investigating the investigators with our panel, representatives bennie thompson, marsha blackburn, debbie wasserman schultz and jason chaffetz. plus, kicking back after a rough couple of weeks, the president headlines the white house correspondents' dinner. >> i've got 99 problems and now jay-z's one. >>> i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." first, we want to go to the latest on the boston bombings investigation. a u.s. official says russia wiretapped a 2011 conversation between the mother of one of
. >> the president was first in colorado before moving on. joining me now, california congressman, adam schiff. i want to talk to you about what we are seeing out of connecticut and what that state has been able to do. as we look at the gun control bill, increased background checks, widens the assault weapons ban for eligibility purposes and a dangerous weapon offender registry. as we look at the poll out, do you support stricter gun control in this country, 53% support it. why can't anything get done in washington, d.c. when the numbers are like this. >> it points to what a dysfunctional congress we have. the background checks not only enjoy the majority support, but the support of 90% of the people. it's dividing the country down the middle, this isn't. a strong majority, over chewhel number support it. why can't beget this through in short order? we should be able to. i think we will be able to but there are other steps in addition to universal background checks we should be taking to enjoy support like a ban on assault weapons and high capacity clips. we have to fight this out and get it done
in congressman adam schiff and the former director of national intelligence. welcome to you both, gentlemen. >> thank you. >> here we are more than a day later after this what was the worst terror attack on american land since 9/11 and we don't know much about who may have done this or what motive, do we? let me start with you, ambassador. what is your take on where this investigation may be going? >> well, i really do think we have to be patient and wait and see. it's too early to say. it certainly doesn't -- there aren't any markings or indications as of yet of any foreign involvement, although that's obviously something that everybody must be looking out for. but so far, we haven't seen any such indication. >> congressman schiff, depending on who i've been watching or listening to or reading today, opinion wildly fluctuating in terms of speculative theorys. anything from an al qaeda-related attack to a domestic home grown attack. have you got any inside track intelligence whatsoever that would hint at either of those two? >> we had a initial briefing tonight by the director of the fbi as
-- bombing suspect. what happened. adam schiff. what is going on here. has this been a massive ball dropped collectively by the fbi and now the cia? >> piers, i don't think people should leap to that conclusion. both because i don't think we have seen the evidence that that is in fact what happened. and because the investigation is still very early. when the fbi got this information from the russians, they went out, did an interview, did a pretty thorough look at this subject of the russian concern. they then went back to the russians and said we haven't been able to find anything. what have you got? give us some guidance here. the russians didn't respond, went back to them a couple more times and got no further information from the russians. so what they did check out, they weren't able to verify in any way. and i don't think that should lead us to conclude that somehow the fbi dropped the ball. also, these claims that there were multiple requests by multiple -- by the russian government to multiple agencies, from what i gather, there were only two requests, and if they were not identical,
on the house intelligence committee adam schiff and dan coats, a republican member of the senate intelligence panel. and red flags rising, russia's
committee adam schiff and dan coats, a republican member of the senate intelligence panel. and red flags rising, russia's repeated warnings to the u.s. about tamerlan tsarnaev, too little information or not enough listening?
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. >> right. erin, thank you very much indeed. >>> with me now is congressman adam schiff, member of the house select committee on intelligence. welcome back to you. what do we make of all these new developments? seems like every day on this case, new twists and turns. but just from where i'm looking at it, more and more focus back to dagestan, back to the six-month period that tamerlan tsarnaev spent over there where he now, according to some russian authorities, may have had direct contact with some militant jihadists. >> well, piers, i think we can expect that it's going to be like this for some time, we're going to continue to get these new developments, because we're so early in the investigation and the investigation is so well publicized. what i find most interesting about the developments you've covered thus far in the program is this possible connection that was revealed in this russian newspaper between william plotkin, canadian-born boxer, converts to islam, joins the jihad in dagestan. seems like a pretty familiar story when you look at the story of tamerlan. whether they met or no
adam schiff, thank you for coming on the program. >>> washington state police want to know what happened and why at an apartment complex south of seattle. police arrived on the scene last night and two men who had been shot were on the ground in the parking lot. one of them, police say, reached for a gun. they shot and killed him. in all three men were confirmed dead in the parking lot. a woman and another man were found dead in a nearby apartment. >> time for "your business" entrepreneur of the week. son of a well known artist was inspired by his father. with the collection of his own designs, he founded wrapped and sells his products across the country. for more, watch "your business" sunday mornings at 7:30 on msnbc. we've all had those moments. when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. and do you
his nephew. i want to bring in democratic congressman adam schiff of california who sits on the democratic select committee on intelligence. good to see you. >> good morning. >> there was an intelligence committee briefing held late yesterday. did you get some important questions answered there. >>? >> we did. we got a very good time line of the nature of the investigation while it was proceeding and, of course, what they are doing now to track down all the leads, both here as well as in chechnya and dagestan, and i, you know, i have to take issue with some of the early reports that somehow the fbi dropped the ball or the agencies weren't talking to each other. that really doesn't seem to be the case. i mean, we're just beginning this investigation, but i haven't seen evidence yet that there was some big glaring piece that was missed. the fbi did receive this as well as the cia, this nearly identical or identical inquiry from russia. the fbi followed up on it and were not able to substantiate the russian claim and went back to the russians and said tell us more, give us m
follows at 3:00 p.m. eastern. candy crowley welcomes republican senator dan coats, democrat adam schiff and former homeland security director michael chertoff. bob schieffer talks with senator saxby chambliss, vice chair of the senate intelligence committee. also democratic senator claire and republican senator lindsey graham. sunday network tv talk shows are brought to you as a public service by the networks and c- span. at 2:00, fox news sunday, 3:00 p.m. eastern, cnn stated the union, at 4:00, face the nation from cbs. listen to them all on c-span on ex-imywhere satellite radio, channel 119. download are free app for your smartphone or listen online at .spanradio.org >> i went in, walked into the little kiosk and said i am bob ney here to report. he said i knew one of your campaign managers in ohio. i got down in there and the guard said here, you have some hate mail waiting on you. they gave me the mail. you go through the most embarrassing part of the stripped-down, and then i got into the intake, walked to the prison, down into the courtyard. i won't use the language i do in told
is adam schiff. always good to see you. thank for joining me. >> good to see you. >> you heard mike rogers say more arrests are forth coming. do you agree with him? >> i'm not sure i do. really the investigation is just getting started, in particular we want to need to know what happened when he was in dagestan, but to stay there will be more arrests i think is jumping the gun a bit. there are persons of interest. were there people in the united states who helped with that process? was it done mostly online? how much of that radicalization took place in dagestan, but i don't know that we can conclude from this there will be more arrested? >> there there are some reports out that nbc has yet to confirm, but they suggest russian intelligence wiretapped conversation between the mother and tamerlan in which they discuss jihad. can you tell me if those tapes existened and if so what is speaking on them? >> i think it's been disclosed that there was a wire intercept, that was the basis of why the russians provided this lead to us. we don't have much more than that, and my guess is the russians d
. in 45 minutes, congressman adam adamof california -- schiff, discusses the latest in the boston marathon bombings. our guest is stephen king, representative from iowa on a discussion for immigration policy. 9:15 more on immigration with a law professor on how a political refugee will apply for asylum. of dallas ofshot the presidential library of george w. bush. eight years of history will be on display today at the dedication of the 43rd presidential library. president obama and three other former current president will be on hand with president bush on the campus of southern methodist university. we will be there covering that on c-span3 at 11:00 a.m. eastern. you can also listen to the dedication on c-span radio or on your computer at c-
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committee member adam schiff joins us to discuss the terror attack in boston. congressman steve king on the boston bombing and efforts to change the nation's immigration laws and more about immigration and how refugees can gain asylum in the u.s. "washington journal" is live on c-span every day at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> tonight on c-span, a hearing to examine oversight at the f.a.a. at 10:00 p.m., an interview with former later, a hearing on increasing the safety on freight transportation. f.a.a. administrator michael huerta spoke about sequestration and saying it will not affect airline safety. he was in front of the sub committee. this hearing is just about two hours.
all the things that are needed to say -- be said to the american public. the same holds for adam schiff and january schakowsky and others that i won't mention that i served on that committee with. these are conscientious people that spend more time than almost any member of congress on any matter that he or she are attending to and i have great respect for them. i don't agree with everything that either or all of them say but i know they put their heart and time both in the amendments that are offered as well as in his bill and the particulars being put forward to this body. as a result of this work, 19 improvens to enhance prifecy and protect americans have been adopted. chief among them, this cispa measure that requires the government to eliminate any personal information it receives that is not necessary to understand the cyberthreat. it creates no new authorities for any agency and i cannot say that enough. it creates no new authorities for any agency. it gives companies the flexibility to choose which agency within the intelligence community they would like to work with or t
'm the idiot who bought microsoft. adam shapiro, thanks, indeed. i've got to get back to the price of gold. it's down so big this morning, almost $100 an ounce as we speak. and joining us now peter schiff with euro pacific capital. you've been a gold bull for a generation, you've got two questions for you on limited time. number one, why is gold down so much today? >> the only reason it's down, people are selling. it's related and why are so many people selling right now, has anything fundamentally changed for gold? i don't think so. i think that the fundamentals are a lot better now than they were years ago when i first started buying it, but i believe you had a lot of hot money, a lot of wall street money at that really never was involved in gold that was skeptical of the gold rally until maybe 2010, 2011 and they jumped on the band wagon and i think now the ride is over, they're losing confidence, they never understood the fundamentals in the first place. >> if it's a mad rush to the gold vault exits, are you now moving in and recommending buying some more? >> well, i'm buying some more for
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